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San Pedro Springs Park is the second oldest in the nation and oldest in San Antonio. Since there is a natural water source in the park, it is said to be the reason why settlers were drawn to the area. It also includes the San Pedro Playhouse, a...more
We went on a Wednesday, Google Maps said it was open but it was not, there was no one there we could ask, not a single sign of a reason why they were closed, I called several times but nobody answered, pretty disappointing.
We love this pool! In our visit to San Antonio, Texas we escaped the heat at this wonderful pool. Due to its size, this pool offers plenty of space to swim in a clear and warm water. I greatly enjoy the beautiful mature trees surrounding...More
This is an amazing park to visit with the whole family! We went on a Friday afternoon and played a bit of kickball with the kiddos. The springs pool looked clear and inviting but had closed by the time we got there. They have picnic...More
First time visit to this park. It looks like they have remodeled and spruced it up. Large old trees, lots of green space, picnic tables and springs. The pool will be great to use in the hotter months. Expect lots of families though and all...More
When you live somewhere for 30+ years it's hard to imagine you really haven't heard of all the really good places to visit. Yet, that's what happened to me with regard to San Pedro Springs Park and pool. I was charged with babysitting my grandson,...More
It is a very large pool so at least the urine is very diluted but I couldn't get past the locker room it smelled so much of urine. We had other options so we left. If you have young kids the yaguara gardens by the...More